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Deutz 4506

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MattE

01-10-2011 08:45:01
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There are two 1-1/2" holes that are about 4" deep in the directly across from each other on either side of the bell housing. These holes are tapped at the bottom and are surrounded by a lot of metal.

Does anybody know what these holes were meant for?

I'm in the process of making an Allied 450 loader quick attach and would like to use these as part of the mounting.




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kstractor

01-10-2011 19:50:56
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 Re: Deutz 4506 in reply to MattE, 01-10-2011 08:45:01  
Those holes are used for mounting loaders etc. Make sure you also fasten to the 3 holes below the hood on each side too so you don't break the casting that holds the front axle to the engine off. The rear bolts are 20mm with a #2pitch [fine thread] the front are 14 or 16mm with 1.5 pitch [coarse thread] I can check those to be sure.Most loader brackets have a bushing welded to them to fit in the big hole so the bolt doesn't support the weight just holds the bracket in.

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MattE

01-11-2011 06:39:43
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 Re: Deutz 4506 in reply to kstractor, 01-10-2011 19:50:56  
Does anyone have a picture of the loader mounts?



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kstractor

01-11-2011 08:56:23
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 Re: Deutz 4506 in reply to MattE, 01-11-2011 06:39:43  
I can try to get some pictures. There is nothing near here except a 6206 with a Great Bend 888 loader and a Deutz Allis 6240 with a TA26 Westendorf.Both use a 1/4x5" plate bolted to the front casting with 3 bolts then running back to the bell housing where the 20mm bolt goes.They each have a 3x3 or2x4 heavy tube from the front to the middle to tie the front and middle together The first Westendorf I sold didn't have anything tying the front and middle together and before the customer let me pick it up to install the updated mounting kit he picked up a bucket of sand and broke the front casting which rolled the axle back into the oil pan breaking it and smashing the battery luckly my insurance covered it.

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MattE

01-11-2011 10:21:57
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 Re: Deutz 4506 in reply to kstractor, 01-11-2011 08:56:23  
I'll take some pics and post what I'm doing if you don't mind giving me some input on my plan. It seems like you've seen one or two of these Deutz's

This is my first.



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kstractor

01-12-2011 07:09:49
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 Re: Deutz 4506 in reply to MattE, 01-11-2011 10:21:57  
I'll be glad to. It may take a little time as I am busy plowing snow and fixing snow equipment. I was a Deutz dealer at Columbus Wis 1975-1981.Wher are you at? Email me k.s.tractor@gmail.com



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MattE

01-11-2011 04:36:43
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 Re: Deutz 4506 in reply to kstractor, 01-10-2011 19:50:56  
I appreciate it. Thank you



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